Remember the Time: 6:20 P.M.
Every day, irrespective of our physical location, the period from 6:20 to 6:30 (our local time) is an opportunity to experience “Sadhguru’s Presence” and establish a special contact.
From 6:20 to 6:27 PM, we are asked to sit with our eyes closed and chant Brahmananda Swaroopa (or just listen to it if you are a beginner) for seven minutes. After this, we are to sit quietly for another three minutes. The video above will guide us through the process.
The “Presence Time” also involves the Brahmananda Swaroopa chant, a consecrated sound. Sadhguru explains that the chant “becomes like a coating, like a shield around us, a cocoon of a certain energy. So, Brahmananda Swaroopa can be used as a raiment that we wear it: it is a clothing that we wear all the time.”
Why do we chat Brahmananda Swaroopa?
The wordings are as follows:
“Brahmananda Swaroopa, Isha Jagadisha
Akhilananda Swaroopa, Isha Mahesha.”
Brahman means boundless or the ultimate reality. Ananda means the blissfulness or ecstasy of the creator, and Swaroopa is the form or image of the ecstasy of the creator.
Isha is that which rules and Jagadisha is the ruler of the existence. Akhila means everything,, all inclusiveness is Akhila and that which is everything, the image of that, is Mahesha. So the creator is referred to in so many ways. When we chat “Brahmananda Swaroopa”, we are saying everything is an image of the ecstasy of the creator.